Travis Louie and Kris Kuksi at Roq La Rue Gallery

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 -Z89Sl5Eezn4 Tz5Dr1Uxmbi Aaaaaaaaecc Yqonuk8Rl70 S1600 H3- Opening at Seattle's Roq La Rue Gallery tonight, Travis Louie's astounding new daguerreotype-influenced paintings of Victorian folk "and their pets" Also in the show, the insanely-detailed "post-industrial rococo" sculptures of Kris Kuksi, who we've also previously featured on BB. Above, Louie's "The Family Yeti" (acrylic on board 26" x 20"). Left, Kuksi's "Ode to Herculaneum" (detail). The art is also viewable online. Travis Louie and Kris Kuksi at Roq La Rue Gallery

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  1. I got to see Kris Kuksi art up close in T.O at the Meta gallery last year and it was truly mind blowing.

  2. Am I the only one who looks at “Ode to Herculaneum” and sees the statue of Dagoth, The Dreaming God, from Conan the Destroyer?

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